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* Introduction * The Psychology of Modern Leftism * Feelings of Inferiority * Oversocialization * The Power Process * Surrogate Activities * Autonomy * Sources of Social Problems * Disruption of the Power Process in Modern Society * How Some People Adjust * The Motives of Scientists * The Nature of Freedom * Some Principles of History * Industrial- Technological Society ...
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Topics: theory, history, politics
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Walter Rodney was banned from re-entering Jamaica on October 15, 1968, after attending a Black Writers Conference in Montreal, Canada. As a consequence, his post as lecturer in History at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona campus was revoked.
Topics: New Afrikan/Black, World History, General Race Studies
Herbal Abortion Handbook
Topics: Woman's Studies, Health
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by Industrial Workers of the World
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Songs to fan the flames of discontent. Industrial Workers of the World
Topics: Labor/Class, Music
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by Carlos Marighella
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Originally written in 1969 by Carlos Marighella, one of the leaders of the Brazilian guerrilla organization National Liberation Action (ALN), the Mini-Manual Of The Urban Guerrilla is probably one of the most famous documents to come out of the guerrilla struggles in Latin America. Widely reprinted and translated into numerous languages it because a guide for many guerrilla movements around the globe. With the massive technological changes that have reshaped the world, many parts of the...
Topics: Latin America, War & Militarism
Some will read "queer" as synonymous with "gay and lesbian" or "LGBT". This reading falls short. While those who would fit within the constructions of "L", "G", "B" or "T" could fall within the discursive limits of queer, queer is not a stable area to inhabit.
Topic: Queer
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anatomical overview self-cervical exam lunaception menstral anarchy Origins of PMS Cramps Vaginal infections
Topics: Women's Studies, Health
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GB Jones & The Birth of Queercore Derek Jarman-biography Harum Scarum-interview Elizabeth Ohlson-ecce homo World Pride 2000-Tribe 8 interview The Haggard-interview Raunchy Reckless & The Amazones Sublime Mutations-Del la grace volcano Me & Kathy Acker-sublime mutations La S
Topics: Journal, sexuality, queer
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by Cafe Underground in Britain
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This guide is not really about 'noble' sabotage-for example people clamping themselves to diggers on road projects. It's about taking action against the everyday destruction of the environment-it's about afforestation (of open areas), deforestation (of natural woodlands), polluting industries, and the ceaseless growth of urbanised areas while inner cities are left derelict. Specifically, it's about sabotaging machinery, and getting away with it.
Topics: DIY, Environment, Reference
Holy shit has it been a long hard reproductive journey to get to this pamphlet you now hold in your hands & Burdock's just the right context in which to share it with you. Part & parcel, this stuff is inseparable from any truly 'free & sustainable future' we could imagine for ourselves. Sounds deep, is deep.
Topics: Woman's Studies, Health, Parenting
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by Black Liberation Army Coordinating Committee
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Dictionary, defining everything from Absolute egalitarianism to welfare state.
Topics: political dictionary, black liberation army
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by DEMIGOD
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Table of Contents: Info. Learning self-respect the hard way. Earthy reflection. school (college). A sense of woman. why I should be a sexual. a "real porker". Bitch gurl. being a punk/hardcore warrior woman. outro
Topics: Woman's Studies, Fiction, Gender Studies, Language Arts & Writing
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Journal
Topics: Language Arts & Writing, Poetry, Music
This book is intended to go some way towards evening the balance between us and the police. It is not an in-depth study, more a commonsense guide to looking after yourself. The police try to get us to believe that they are all-powerful and all-knowing. Cobblers! If we use our heads we can run rings around them. I hope that you find this information useful, and that there is something new in it for you. If you think more things could be included, or said better, feel free to produce a version of...
Topics: DIY, Reference, Radical Science, Radical Education
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by Angela Davis
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Presenting here are Professor Angela Davis' initial lectures for "Recurring Philosophical Themes in Black Literature," her first course at UCLA, taught during the Fall Quarter of 1969. At the time she was beginning a two-year appointment as Acting Assistant Professor in Philosophy, an appointment duly recommended by the Department of Philosophy and enthusiastically approved by the UCLA Administration. The first of the two lectures was delivered in Royce Hall to an audience of over...
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Topics: Black Panther Party, University of California, oppression, philosophy
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A guide to living off nature's bounty in urban, rural, and wilderness areas. Bringing wild food gathering and roadkill scavenging into our everyday lifestyles.
Topics: vegan, anarchism, foraging, wild food, wild edibles
two texts by Comrade Parvati of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) with commentary by Butch Lee It is time and again seen that women masses do come in a tide to participate in revolutionary movements producing some potential women leaders. But this tide along with the prospective women leaders seems to recede once the revolution is completed or is defeated. The chief reason behind this phenomenon is the existence of the concept of private property. As long as private property remains women...
Topic: Women's Studies
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by Womyn's Empowerment Action Coalition
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What does one think of when they hear the word feminist? Bitch, dyke, bra-burning, man-hater? Does that ring a bell? Feminism is the reason women can vote, have a career, reproductive choice and the freedom to lead lives outside of family. Feminism is not letting another rapist get away, not letting another person beat their partner, not feeling obligated to starve oneself to look like an impossible, computer enhanced image on a billboard. Feminism is creating a space, a world, which is safe...
Topics: Woman's Studies, Lawrence, Kansas
Two important political organisations in the history of the amaerican white left. It points out their contributions while not glossing over their mistakes and weaknesses. SDS grew to become a large white radical student movement against the Vietnam war in the sixties, while the WUO, a splinter group of SDS, tried to move "from protest to resistance" by carrying out clandestine actions against U.S. imperialism from 1970-1976.
Topics: Social Movement Theory, Radical Education
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by Jen Pilles
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Personal zine
Topics: Art, Biography
zine
Topics: Art, Language Arts & Writing, Poetry
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by Auntie ALF, Uncle ELF and the Anti-Copyright gang
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Your guide to putting the heat on animal abusers everywhere.
Topics: incendiary devices, animal liberation
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The Culmination of Separation The Commodity as Spectacle Unity and Division Within Appearance The Proletariat as Subject and Representation Time and History Territorial Domination Negation and Consumption Within Culture Ideology Materialized
Topics: Social Movement Theory, Political Science, Philosophy
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by South Chicago Zine Distro
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Anarchists place a high priority on liberty, desiring it both for themselves and others. They also consider individuality--that which makes one a unique person--to be a most important phenomenon. They recognize, however, that individuality is impossible, since one needs other people in order to develop, expand, and grow.
Topic: anarchism
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Journal
Topics: Language Arts & Writing, Poetry, Music
As town hall meetings on health care become the targets for disruptive protest and a growing "pro-liberty" movement gains traction and headlines, a full analysis of the situations we are facing as white working class people and an analysis of the strategies of the new "pro-liberty" movement is necessary.
Topics: kansas, libertarian
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Comic Coloring Activity Book
Topics: Art, Women's Studies
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by Raze the Walls
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This pamphlet is comprised of texts downloaded off the internet and compiled as a basic introduction to anarchist theory and history. Specifically, these texts provide answers to basic questions about anarchism and give a detailed account of the largest anarchist inspired revolutionary event in history; the Spanish Revolution and Civil War of 1936-1939.
Topics: Anarchism, Eurasia, World History, War & Militarism
Experiences from National network of Abortion Funds
Topics: Health, Woman's Studies
this zine is for those of you with skinny privilege. and this is the last time that i'm gonna point out your privilege/fucking abusiveness for you
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Topic: Health
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Brought to you by the Chicago Camp Trans Planning Committe
Topics: Transgender, sexuality, gender
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Voices of resistance from the heart of empire
Topic: Art
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by Emily
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This is totally self-indulgent. I'm not as excited now that I'm almost finished as I was when I started. But this is immediate. It's as real as it will every be.
Topics: Language Arts & Writing, Poetry
'Welcome to Womanhood', a poem by Lorye Introduction for mothers Introduction for girls Becoming a woman 'Around the world' Celebration: Planning your special day Moontime Wise Woman REsources
Topics: Health, Parenting
A bit about monsters
Topics: Children, Fiction
One of the most consistently leveled and damaging criticisms of anarchists is that they lack a positive vision of the future. Unfortunately, many anarchists have done nothing to counter this-criticism and have actually made the situation worse by their insistence that anarchism is an anti-organizational and/or anti-programmatic ideology. This is far from the truth as a brief look at the writings of the most outstanding anarchist theorists-Rocker, Kropotkin, Malatestra, Berkman, etc-will show....
Topics: organizing, anarchism, theory, philosophy
The army is growing stronger and the time of revolution is near. Prepare yourselves for the new world order
Topics: Language Arts & Writing, Poetry, Music
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Personal stories
Topics: Art, Language Arts & Writing
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by L. Gambore
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The roots of political correctness
Topic: Political Science
Stories of wimmin's blood & rites of passage
Topics: Women's Studies, Health
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An Anthology of Women's Abortion Stories
Topics: Health, Woman's Studies
A handbook on revolutionary armed struggle written by an anonymous Black Liberation Army soldier in the 1970s. It details strategies and tactics for urban and rural guerrilla warfare.
Topics: War & Militarism, Social Movement Theory, DIY
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Work School The Environment The Media Afterword
Topics: cartoon, education, environment, media, labor, work
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Not until one realizes what makes veganism "unreasonable," will that individual realize the true reasoning behind what it means to be vegan. Not until one questions what it is that depicts veganism as "wrong," in the eyes of non-vegans will one gain the ability to adequately address the wrongs driving their refusal to accept humanity's violent and unwarranted treatment of non-human animals. Not until the principles of veganism are applied to the rubric of injustice as a...
Topics: anarchism, vegan, practical theory, animal liberation
On Oct 16th, 1869, with a group of 21 whites, blacks and former slaves, a radical abolitionist named John Brown raided a federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry, VA in order to supply weapons to slaves to help incite a slave revolt. Although this siege did not succeed and was short lived, the actions of these men helped spark a more rapid anti-slavery tone among northern abolitionists. And though he died on December 2nd 1896, John Brown's legacy lived on and siege of the Harpers Ferry Arsenal became a...
Topic: Language Arts & Writing
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Focus on the Family We're here. we're queer. and we love punk rock! so what does that mean to the punk scene at large? Do we even care what you think of us? What are their roles in the scenes that we create? We've developed the following list of do's and don'ts that are highly subjective. This is what. If anything, I am saying to straight people who are interested in queer punmk
Topics: Queer, Music
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by Venomous Butterfly Publications
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An Anarchist Bimonthly
Topics: Anarchism, Political Science, Social Movement Theory
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by North American Earth Liberation Front Press Office
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The North American Earth Liberation Front Press Office is a legal, above ground news service dedicated to exposing the political and social motives behind the covert direct actions of the ELF. The NAELFPO receives anonymous communiques from the ELF and distributes the message to the media and the public throughout North America.
Topics: Environment, DIY
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by Venomous Butterfly Publications
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An Anarchist Publication
Topics: Anarchism, Political Science, Social Movement Theory
Contents 1. Introduction 2. TOOLS OF THE TRADE 2.1 What do you need tools for? 2.2 How to organise your tools 2.3 The basic toolkit 2.3.1 Cutters 2.3.2 Spanners/wrenches & pliers 2.3.3 Screw drivers 2.3.4 Drills 2.3.5 Saws 2.3.6 Chisels 2.3 7 Hammers/bars 2.3.8 Specialised tools - jacks, taps, staple-guns etc 2.3.9 Glue/abrasives, paints and chemicals 2.4 Ropes and ladders 2.5 Preparing/storing your tools 2.6 Health and Safety 3. PLANNING A HIT 3.1 Coordination v. mindless vandalism
Topics: environment, direct action
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The 8th Annual Artists Against Aids Program 2000
Topics: Health, Sexuality
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by Jonathan Simcock
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This manifesto is not a definitive or fixed blueprint, it is one Anarchist's personal view of how things are today and how they might be. If it results in just a few people stopping to think about different ways of doing things before they give passive and uncritical support to the status quo in the form of a vote, it will have served its purpose. The vision of such a free society has long been a source of hope. Anarchism also offers ways of improving the quality of life now, not in the distant...
Topic: anarchism
A Brief History of the Wooden Shoe Collective, an All-Volunteer Anarchism Infoshop. This history is the result of one collective member's project. Other members, or the collective as a whole, may not agree with everything written.
Topics: Anarchism, Infoshop, history, collective, philidelphia
An Analysis of White Supremacy. This pamphlet will briefly discuss the nature of Anarchism and its relevance to the Black Liberation movement. Because there have been so many lies and distortions of what Anarchism really stand for, by both its left-and right-wing ideological opponents, it will be necessary to discuss the many popular myths about it. This in itself deserves a book, but is not the intention of this pamphlet, which is merely to introduce the Black movement to revolutionary...
Topics: Anarchism, Black, African-American, Revolution, White Supremacy, Racism
Beginners guide to responsible sexuality for men
Topics: Men's Studies, Sexuality
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Black Africa has a centuries old anarchist tradition. After years of imperialist aggression, which led to the complete carving up of the continent at the hands of the white "master race", this tradition was temporarily harnessed. The ancient liberties of Africans under the rule of the "free world" were smashed, while the attempt was made to impose upon them white dictatorships in the Western tradition. But the spirit of rebellion is irrepressible, and frequently "the...
Topics: Mau Mau Revolution, Africa, Anarchism
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by Venomous Butterfly Publications
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Theory and Analysis for Discussion, Debate, and Development of an Insurrectional Anarchist Project
Topics: Anarchism, Political Science, Social Movement Theory
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by Noam Chomsky
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A French writer, sympathetic to anarchism, wrote in the 1890s that "anarchism has a broad back, like paper it endures anything"--including, he noted, those whose acts are such that "a mortal enemy of anarchism could not have done better." There have been many styles of thought and action that have been referred to as "anarchist." It would be hopeless to try to encompass all of these conflicting tendencies in some general theory or ideology. And even if we proceed...
Topic: Anarchism
For almost 70 years, Lucy Parsons fought for the rights of the poor and disenfranchised in the face of an increasingly oppressive industrial economic system. Lucy's radical activism challenged the racist and sexist sentiment in a time when even radical Americans believed that a woman's place was in the home.
Topics: Women's Studies, Political Science, Gender Studies, General Race Studies
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* What is Primal War? * Got Anarchy? * Civilization and the Primitive - John Landau * Primal War is Not Class War * The Liberation Army of the Free Papua Movement (TPN/OPM) * In the Spirit of Tribal War * For the Barbarians - Rob los Ricos
Topics: anarchism, primitivism, anarcho-primitivism, anti-capitalist
Between November 1880, when the first social revolutionary club was established in New York, and October 1883, when a major social revolutionary congress was held in Pittsburgh, a revolutionary anarchist movement of considerable proportions took shape in the United States.
Topics: Anarchism, U.S. History, Social Movement Theory
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Micropower Broadcasting-A Technical Primer; FM Broadcst kits & accessories
Topic: DIY
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by John Zerzan
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1. Niceism 2. Technology 3. Culture 4. Feral 5. Division of Labor 6. Progress 7. Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Life 8. Community 9. Society
Topic: anarchism
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by Holley Cantine
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About a decade after Holley Cantine gave up publishing his Retort, he wrote a science fiction/fantasy story that restated many of the personal and political themes he'd brought forward in the magazine. As he so often said in his political essays, liberation required far more than a mere change in economic conditions; it demanded a change in attitudes--ethics--that overshadowed economics completely. Any economic system whatsoever could remain oppressive so long as authoritarianism remained...
Topics: fiction, fantasy, ethics, authoritarianism, Retort
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by Susan S. Weed
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Herbal guide for pregnancy
Topics: Health, Women's Studies, Parenting
Comic
Topic: Art
Columns, articles, organization profile, Commentary & Creative Workshops, Reviews
Topic: Language Arts & Writing
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by Martha A. Ackelsberg
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Anarchism and the struggle for the emancipation of women
Topics: Women's Studies, Anarchism, Eurasia
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Lysander Spooner (1808-1887) was a Massachusetts lawyer noted for his vigorous and brilliant opposition to the encroachment of the State upon the liberty of the individual. His writings on the unconstitutionality of slavery influenced pre-Civil War thought. His challenge to the postal monopoly (he set up a thriving private post) resulted in an ACt of Congress sharply reducing postage rates.
Topic: anarchism
What's punk mean, anyway? I've been thinking a lot about what punk is and what role it plasy in life. Punk is somthing that an outsider just cannot get. They cannot understand why you would drive 9 hours to play a 15 minute set for 10 bucks and 20 kids. Or why you sell cds for 5 bucks when the rest of the world sells them for 15 or 20. And why the hell we still make records.
Topic: Music
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Topics: Language Arts & Writing, Poetry, Music
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by Situationist International
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Considered in its economic, political, psychological, sexual, and particularly intellectual aspects with a modest proposal for its remedy.
Topic: Radical Education
Who is this grim-faced villain, and could he spell danger for our heroes?
Topic: Art
War in Iraq. We have to be absolutely clear about this war: the US government is attacking Iraq, not because of any threat of "weapons of mass destruction" nor out of concern for democracy or human rights in Iraq.
Topics: Anarchism, War & Militarism, Social Movement Theory, Middle East
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by Khalfani Khaldun
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Khalfani Khaldun is facing trial in July, 1996 for the murder of an Indianan Corrections officer. He has been a prison organizer for years & this frame-up is the latest attempt by the state to silence his revolutionary voice. This pamphlet, written by Khalfani Khaldun, includes important details of his case and a radical plan for "Peace in the Streets." * A Story That Must Be Told * Peace in the Streets: A Call to the Youth * Asante-Sane Mumia * You're Not So Heavy * Rise!!!...
Topics: prison, new afrikan/black, death penalty